All tours, college/university visits, Stanley School Programs visits, and public programs will be virtual in 2020–21 to promote the safety and health of our campus community.
The UI Stanley Museum of Art Department of Learning and Engagement shares the museum’s collection with diverse audiences of all ages through a wide range of programs.
The Stanley supports research and teaching at the University of Iowa with its permanent collection, spanning ancient to contemporary art across geographies. It offers students a variety of ways to get involved from serving on the Stanley Campus Council to working as an undergraduate intern or graduate assistant.
The museum’s Stanley School Programs connects K–12 students to our education collection. Curators work with teachers to meet learning objectives and connect to state standards. Looking closely at art can help students develop observation, analytic, and communication skill as well as enhance empathy.
Our Museum from Home provides activities and resources for families and individuals to learn more about our collection in the comfort of their home. Coloring sheets, word searches, art projects, and videos bring the collection to you.
The Stanley’s Senior Living Communities Program delivers monthly presentations to older adults at older adult living communities and community centers across Southeastern Iowa.